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Android apps with millions of downloads are vulnerable to serious attacks – Ars Technica

Flaw allows malicious apps to steal credentials, private messages and much more.

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Android apps with hundreds of millions of downloads are vulnerable to attacks that allow malicious apps to steal contacts, login credentials, private messages, and other sensitive information. Security firm Check Point said that the Edge Browser, the XRecorder video and screen recorder, and the PowerDirector video editor are among those affected.
The vulnerability actually resides in the Google Play Core Library, which is a collection of code made by Google. The library…

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